Hello! I'm sorry, this has taken me far too long! In my defence, school has been exploiting me.
I'm so sad for Ellie! I really thought she was getting better... Ginny's speech was really inspiring and she's right, Lily needs to start living again. I hope Jack makes her see that.
The letters with Jack! They are so cute and awkward! I wonder why Lily doesn't tell Ginny about him, she'd certainly be happy for her.
James is back! He's awesome and such a contrast with Lily's mood... I didn't remember Chelsea, though. I never thought they'd get married.
'HAVE FUN AND EAT CAKE' Only Teddy, I wish I had teachers like him.
I'm probably not making much sense, but I just finished a long essay, so sorry...
PS: Thanks! I'm really not that special, you know. Your life sounds a lot interesting, I'd much rather be English than Colombian...
I visited England once and I really liked it, people are really nice. Plus many of my teachers are English and they are really cool. I'll have that in mind, thanks, I would also love to meet you!
Author's Response: It's absolutely fine! I completely understand, I do feel like I'm about to fall apart at any moment thanks to school. And don't feel obligated to review- I appreciate any and all: it's flattering to get one (although, when a regular name pops up, I do get a little fuzz of happy in my head, so don't think I don't want you to :) ).
I know, I'm sorry. It really sucks. I love book-Ginny so she's pretty rocking in here, or at least I think so :D She really does.
Always cute and awkward! I love Lily's communication through letters, it's just a great measure of her honest feelings. Because... reasons. Explained later.
I'm Team James, personally. Oh really? That's actually very interesting... she was only in the story a little bit, but there's a reason I kept her. Again, reasons later explained.
Teacher or brother or step/half/sort-of brother. I would take any of them. Although this was actually inspired by my high school Religious Studies teacher, who before the Christmas told us to get our planners out (where we record homework). Naturally, we groan and whine and say 'BUT IT'S CHRISTMAS' but ya know, we had to write it. And he dictated to us 'Now, I want you to write down, 'have loads of fun and enjoy yourself'. And we did a class-hug to honour him, after cheering loudly.
Aww, bless you...
PS. I've never met anyone that isn't special. My life is as equally monotonous and painful as yours, I can assure you. :)
I don't really know that much about Columbia, so I can't tell you either way. I do like England, though. Our emotional repression makes everything quite pleasant. And that would be insanely cool for me!